This jet is weak in the EIS raster, but it has a very clear jet signature in AIA 193 images. There is a small BP at 07:27, and the emission has completely disappeared at 07:56. Emission is brightest at about 07:41.
The jet is captured in EIS exposures at 07:47:41 and 07:48:43 which show a blue-shifted feature and a bright point respectively. By comparing with the A193 image at 07:48:56 (see movie) and co-aligning EIS and AIA (I used a bright point towards the bottom of the EIS raster) it can be shown that the EIS bright point corresponds to the right-most bright feature in the A193 image. This then confirms that the blue-shifted feature at 07:47:41 spatially corresponds with the jet in the A193 image. Note that the jet is fading when EIS captures it.
The EIS blue-shifted feature is not spectacular: the line profile is
broad (100 mA) due to an enhancement on the blue-side of the profile,
but two distinct velocity components are not seen.
[For reference, I estimate the position of the EIS bright point as
(-435,-461) based on co-alignment while the position of the AIA feature
at 07:48:56 is (-432,-464).]
193 movie (log intensity, 1min cadence, 40 mins, 0.8 MB)
AIA 193 difference movie (1min cadence, 40 mins, 1.4 MB)
AIA 171 movie (log intensity, 1min cadence, 40 mins, 0.7 MB)